We are Open for Business Travel
As we adjust to new travel norms and expectations, we know you will want comfort that we have all the necessary safety systems and processes in place to provide you with complete peace of mind when staying with us. Please access all our new hotel safety procedures here https://www.townhouse.co.za/covid-19-travel-information/
While the travel environment is changing and our service offering will be different to comply with the Disaster Management Act, we want to assure you that our commitment to making your stay as comfortable as possible remains the same.
We can’t wait to welcome you back.
take your taste buds on a tour
Our menus offer both contemporary and classic cuisine with a selection of the best local seasonal seafood, meat and produce dishes.
Experience South African flavours with a global twist while overlooking the cityscape at Trees Restaurant, or get comfortable with a casual meal, refreshment or enjoy some wine at Trees Café.
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What our Visitors Say
Excellent service well priced.
A great hotel to visit the history of Cape Town.
Lovely food great place to work in peace.
I stayed in Cape Town in March 2020 for just over 2 weeks. I was in Cape Town attending a Conference at the Iziko Museum of South Africa and the Townhouse was listed as one of the Conference Hotels. It was very close to the Museums I needed to attend and to those I wanted to visit. It was only blocks away from Long Street where much of the action is and lots of great restaurants are. Plus it’s only a 10-15 min ride to the V&A Waterfront by Uber. The hotel is clean and the rooms and bed very comfortable. The food in the restaurant was excellent – especially the amazing breakfast buffet. But what made the stay at this hotel outstanding, was the staff. I was greeted every time with a huge smile and an offer to help in any way they could. After just 2 days, I did not need to order my standard morning tea – it just arrived to my table shortly after I did. The first morning I was there, I asked where I could purchase a SIM card for my phone and one of the staff (Roland) escorted me to the store around the corner and gave me a lesson on how to stay safe walking on the streets in Cape Town. The COVID-19 virus was gaining speed around the world and although there were no cases in South Africa when I arrived, there were many by the time I left. My husband and I had to cancel our next leg of our trip to Tanzania for our Safari but the Townhouse allowed us to stay an extra 3 nights at the Conference rate until our flights back to Canada were booked. We very much appreciated this. I would not hesitate to stay at the Townhouse again and highly recommend it to others. Thank you to their staff for such attention to detail and for taking such good care of us.
Out & About in Town
Explore the Cape Town CBD with our City Walking Map.
- Top eateries
- Historic sites & museums
Surrounding the city centre are some of Cape Town’s top tourist attractions.
- V&A Waterfront
- Atlantic seaboard
- Table Mountain National Park
- Two Oceans Aquarium
- Robben Island
- Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches
Beyond the city centre are many of the Cape’s natural and scenic spectacles.
- Peninsula Coastal Route
- Cape Winelands
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
- Table Mountain Eastern Slopes
- Cape Point
- Chapman’s Peak